CityU graduate wins Japanese studies scholarship

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Miss Tang Sze-nga, a graduate of the Associate of Arts in Applied Japanese Studies in the Division of Language Studies, has been awarded a two-year scholarship of two million yen (approximately HK$134,000) for further studies at the Nagasaki International University (NIU) in Japan. Four recipients out of 70 applicants were awarded scholarships offered by the Japan Society of Hong Kong this year. Miss Tang is the first CityU student to receive the prize. She will continue her undergraduate studies in international tourism at the NIU.


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